'The American Nurse'

Five nurses assist and comfort in birth, death, incarceration, war and poverty.
2:20 | 05/02/14

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Eighteen was a pivotal year for me. -- -- -- But really bad motorcycle accident in. -- what a -- Story. And I wanted to slap that there. Needs can't seem to be -- Tiny mountain. Lion -- -- me I can't take care of people that commit such horrific. But when I'm an event sat and taking care just another human being. I think it takes a certain kind of matters to calm people insane when he did this together I am not you're going to be able to do him. I was always -- and you know and out sitting in Haddon heights after midnight today because of the things that we learned as an island and reliant. There's nothing more intimate Indian and someone's home. No matter how good affixed to -- -- come back. Nothing -- small anymore. In the same thing is happening in health care if you could be handled therapy is very beneficial to young and old. My dream is this work we'll continue on. Kansas. -- sometimes just like I would have to be less than -- -- or less of a soldier to maintain a relationship. So far. I've chosen to -- People that work in this profession can't go to their friends and discuss their day. Must do not want to deal. A lot of things that.

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